England Domestic Season, Surrey XI v Hampshire XI at Moulsey Hurst, Jul 30-Aug 1, 1789
Surrey XI won by 221 runs
Played at Moulsey Hurst
30,31 July, 1 August 1789 (3-day match)
  Surrey XI 1st innings R
Earl of Winchilsea b Taylor 32
G Talbot b Smith 24
Vincent b Taylor 7
Butcher b Taylor 28
E Stevens b Taylor 0
H Walker run out 47
T Sueter b Taylor 23
J Wells b Neale 80
Bonick not out 2
T Ingram b Smith 20
J Walker c Nyren 13
Extras (b 9) 9
  Total (all out) 285

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  T Taylor 5
  TA Smith 2
  J Neale 1
  Hampshire XI 1st innings R
TA Smith c Ingram 20
J Neale c H Walker 12
E Hale c H Walker 2
J Nyren b Stevens 20
J Small snr b Bonick 2
J Small jnr c Ingram 30
Carpenter c J Walker 2
T Taylor b Stevens 0
Horsey not out 0
A Freemantle run out 28
White b Stevens 4
Extras (b 6) 6
  Total (all out) 126

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  E Stevens 3
  Bonick 1
  Surrey XI 2nd innings R
Earl of Winchilsea c J Small snr 1
G Talbot b Smith 6
Vincent c Smith 29
H Walker b Flint 47
T Sueter not out 33
T Ingram not out 54
J Walker run out 4
Extras (b 2) 2
  Total (5 wickets dec) 176

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  TA Smith 1
  Flint 1
  Hampshire XI 2nd innings (target: 336 runs) R
TA Smith c Ingram 0
J Neale run out 22
E Hale c Ingram 9
J Nyren c Ingram 0
J Small snr b Ingram 48
J Small jnr b Stevens 3
Carpenter c J Walker 1
T Taylor b Ingram 23
Horsey b Ingram 0
A Freemantle c Vincent 2
White not out 4
Extras (b 2) 2
  Total (all out) 114

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  E Stevens 1
  T Ingram 3

Match details


Balls per over 4
Toss - Unknown
First-class debuts - Carpenter, Flint, E Hale and White (Hampshire XI); Bonick (Surrey XI)
Hampshire XI replacement - Flint for Unknown
Umpires - Unknown
Close of play
  • Thu, 30 Jul - day 1 - unknown
  • Fri, 31 Jul - day 2 - unknown
  • Sat, 1 Aug - day 3 - Hampshire XI 2nd innings 114 - end of match

Match Notes


General
    • Hampshire XI Captain not named
    • Hampshire XI Wicket-keeper not named
    • Surrey XI Captain not named
    • Surrey XI Wicket-keeper not named
    • Surrey XI 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Hampshire XI 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Surrey XI 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Surrey XI 2nd innings unfinished and treated as declared
    • Hampshire XI 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Surrey appear to have given up their second innings: this has been treated as a declaration, although the laws of the day did not provide for such an act. Flint apparently bowled H Walker in Surrey (2) and he has therefore been shown as a full sub for Hampshire (in place of whom is not known), although he does not appear to have batted in Hampshire (2). He had appeared for Surrey in a colts match so maybe he was a local man brought into the Hampshire side in emergency. All versions of the score have Nyland playing for Hampshire. No player of this name is known, but throughout the career of R Nyren it is found in reports as a fairly common variant of his surname. Given that R Nyren was now 55, it has been assumed to be J Nyren, who appeared in the equivalent match in 1788. White of Andover - assumed not to be the same as W White. Carpenter of Alresford. Altogether this is a strange game with big names on both sides but also some notable absentees and a large number of fringe players. A number of participants (Carpenter, Flint, Freemantle, Smith, Talbot, Vincent, J Walker, Winchilsea) also appeared in the colts match between these counties in June (SB p90), in which several of them did well.
    • One newspaper has T Walker playing in this match, but two others give J Walker (who had played for Surrey earlier in 1789) and this is accepted
 
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